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All India Institute Of Medical Sciences, New Delhi
कॉल सेंटर:  011-26589142

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Dr Satish Kumar Verma

 

Dr Satish Kumar Verma

Assistant Professor

Department Of Neurosurgery

Neurosciences Centre and Jai Prakash Narayan Apex Trauma Centre, AIIMS,

New Delhi.

E-mail - यह ईमेल पता spambots से संरक्षित किया जा रहा है. आप जावास्क्रिप्ट यह देखने के सक्षम होना चाहिए. .

Phone - 01126593291

Office - 608B CN Centre

Out-Patient days

CNC (Room# 16) - Monday (Forenoon), Thursday (Afternoon)

JPNA Trauma Centre - Thursday (Forenoon) 

Brief Profile -

Dr Satish K Verma joined as Assistant Professor in the Department of Neurosurgery at AIIMS, New Delhi, in November 2016. He did his graduation (MBBS) in 2008 from Motilal Nehru Medical College, Allahabad and post-graduation (MS General Surgery) in 2011 from King George’s Medical University, Lucknow. He worked as Senior Resident, Neurosurgery at Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi from 2011-2012. In 2012 he joined as MCh Neurosurgery resident at AIIMS, New Delhi. After completing MCh in July 2012, he worked as Chief Resident, Neurosurgery, at JPN Apex Trauma Centre, AIIMS till December 2015. Thereafter he worked as Senior Research Associate on CSIR funded project, based on Endoscopic keyhole approaches for anterior circulation intracranial aneurysms from Jan 2016 to Oct 2016.

Areas of interest-

  1. Endoscopic skull base and Neuro-endoscopic surgery
  2. Complex spine and Minimally Invasive Spine (MIS) surgery
  3. Cranio-vertebral junction anomalies
  4. Stereotactic (Gamma Knife) Radiosurgery
  5. Functional neurosurgery

Professional Memberships-

  1. Neurological Society Of India (NSI)
  2. AO Spine Society

Awards/ Fellowships/ Scholarships-

  1. Scholarship Educational grant from International Federation Of Neuro -Endoscopy (IFNE) to attend 8th World Congress of IFNE 2017 held at Capetown, South Africa.
  2. International Travel Scholarship from European Association Of Neurosurgical Societies (EANS) for Scientific Presentation in Annual Meeting Of EANS, 2016, Athens, Greece.
  3. International Travel Scholarship from International Society of Pediatric Neurosurgery  (ISPN) for Scientific Presentation in ISPN, 2014, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Published Papers -

  1. Endoscopic Management of Fourth Ventricle Neurocysticercosis: Description of the New Technique in a Case Series of 5 Cases and Review of the Literature. (World Neurosurg. Feb 2019, e647-e654)
  2. Evaluation of surgical correction of radiological parameters (angulation and displacement) and accuracy of C2 pedicle screw placement in unstable hangman’s fracture with intraoperative CT based navigation. (World Neurosurg. (2017) 107:795-802.)
  3. Medial sphenoid wing meningiomas : Experience with microsurgical resection over 5 years and review of literature. (Neurol India. 2016 May-Jun;64(3):465-75. doi: 10.4103/0028-3886.181548.)
  4. O- arm navigation versus C-arm : A review of screw placement over 3 years at a major trauma centre. (Published in British Journal Of Neurosurgery,  DOI:10.1080/02688697.2016.1206179 )
  5. Traumatic Posterior Fossa Extradural Hematoma : Experience at Level 1 Trauma Centre.(Accepted by Asian Journal Of Neurosurgery on 06/05/2016)
  6. A rare case of CSF proctorrhoea due to anterior sacral meningocele with rectothecal fistula. World Neurosurgery. Epub (Ahead of print). DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.wneu.2018.03.087.
  7. Chronic Extradural Hematomas: An Illustrative Case Report and Review of Literature.Indian J Neurosurg 2016;5:163–171.
  8. Fatal Superior Sagittal Sinus and Torcular Thrombosis After Vestibular Schwannoma Surgery: Report of a Rare Complication and Review of the Literature (World Neurosurg. (2016) 96:607.e19-607.e24.)
  9. Glioblastoma multiforme presenting as a fungating mass extending through previous craniotomy site.( Neurol India. 2013 May-Jun;61(3):325-6. doi: 10.4103/0028-3886.115094.)
  10. Torcular occipital encephalocele in infant: Report of two cases and review of literature.(J Pediatr Neurosci. 2013 Sep;8(3):207-9. doi: 10.4103/1817-1745.123666.).
  11. Giant choroid plexus papilloma of the lateral ventricle in fetus causing hydrocephalus detected by fetal ultrasound: Management and review of literature.( J Pediatr Neurosci. 2014 May;9(2):185-7. doi: 10.4103/1817-1745.139359.)
  12. Giant intradiploic arachnoid cyst for 13 years.( J Pediatr Neurosci. 2014 May;9(2):139-41. doi: 10.4103/1817-1745.139318.)
  13. Orbital roof intradiploic meningioma in a 16-year-old girl.( J Pediatr Neurosci. 2015 Jan-Mar;10(1):51-4. doi: 10.4103/1817-1745.154342.)
  14. Giant calvarial cavernous hemangioma. (J Pediatr Neurosci. 2015 Jan-Mar;10(1):41-4. doi: 10.4103/1817-1745.154337.).

Chapters in Books -

  1. ‘Craniosynostosis: Experience Over 15 Years at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, A Tertiary Care Center' in the book titled - Tenets of Craniosynostosis : Surgical Principles and Advanced Multidisciplinary Care. Thieme publications. February 2018.

Dr. Amol Raheja

Dr. Amol Raheja

M.B.B.S, M.Ch., Skull Base and Cerebrovascular Fellow

Consultant and Assistant Professor, Neurosurgery

All India Institute of Medical Sciences and Jai Prakash Narain Apex Trauma Center

New Delhi, India; Phone: 91-11-26593291; Email: यह ईमेल पता spambots से संरक्षित किया जा रहा है. आप जावास्क्रिप्ट यह देखने के सक्षम होना चाहिए.

 

Brief Profile –

 

Dr. Amol Raheja has been an AIIMS alumnus throughout his academic carrer. He joined the most prestigious and competitive medical school in India (AIIMS, New Delhi)in 2003. He was awarded a prestigious scholarshipunder the Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana scheme in 2004 for best original research in medicine stream, which was conducted nationwide by Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore under the aegis of Department of Science and Technology, Government of India. After completing his medical schoolingin 2008; he joined M.Ch. Neurosurgery residency (6 years) in 2009. He had an excellent academic and surgical record throughout his residency training, with several publications in both national and international journals. He has also presented his work at various scientific meetings in India and abroad, which has resulted in best paper awards. He has won“Hindustan Ciba Geigy Epilepsy Award”for his work in the field of epilepsy surgery in 2014. At the largest international neurosurgical platform, he was awarded the prestigious “World Federation of Neurosurgical Societies – Young Neurosurgeon Award” in the year 2015for his original research in the field of traumatic brain injury. For his impeccable surgical skills, he has also won the first prize for “microsuturing and microneural anastamosis” atthe 15th Neurosurgery skills training workshop held at AIIMS. After completing his neurosurgical residency in 2015, he joined a 1 year clincial fellowship“Skull Base and Cerebrovascular Neurosurgery” at the University of Utah Medical Center, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA; under the mentorship of one of the world’s renowned skull base neurosurgeon – Professor William T. Couldwell. Subsequently he has joined as a faculty at AIIMS in the year 2016. He is well versed in all aspects of neurosurgery with special interest in Skull Base and Cerebrovascular Neurosurgery, and is currently working on many national and international research projects.

 

Areas of Interest – Neurosurgery (with special reference to) -

Skull base and Cerebrovascular surgery

ü  Complex aneurysms

ü  Cavernomas

ü  Arteriovenous malformations

ü  Carotid endarterectomy for Stroke patients

ü  STA-MCA bypass/ EDAMS procedure for moya-moya disease

ü  Vestibular schwannomas

ü  Pituitary adenomas

ü  Complex skull base lesions including cavernous sinus involvement

ü  Glomus jugulare, petroclival and foramen magnum lesions

 

Endoscopic neurosurgery

ü  ETV in hydrocephalus

ü  Colloid cysts

ü  Arachnoid cysts

ü  Neurocysticercosis

ü  CSF rhinorrhea

 

Spine surgery

ü  Spinal instrumentation for traumatic and degenerative spine

ü  Minimally invasive spinal surgery

ü  Craniovertebral junction surgery

ü  Spinal tumors – intramedullary and extramedullary

ü  Deformity correction

 

Peripheral nerve surgery and head injury

ü  Partial and complete brachial plexus injury

ü  Peripheral nerve sheath tumors

ü  Skull base repair for post-traumatic CSF rhinorrhea

 

Functional and epilepsy surgery

ü  Deep brain stimulation for parkinson’s disease, dystonia and essential tremors

ü  DREZotomy procedure for post traumatic limb pain

ü  Selective rhizotomy for spasticity

ü  Basclofen pump insertion for spasticity

ü  Epilepsy surgery – MTS, ECOG guided resection, corpus callosotomy and functional hemispherotomy

ü  Minimally invasive laser ablation for epileptic foci

ü  Gamma Knife for brain tumors, vascular malformations and trigeminal neuralgia

 

Pediatric neurosurgery

ü  Spinal dysraphism

ü  Encephalocele

ü  Neural tube defects

ü  Hydrocephalus

ü  Craniosynostosis

 

Education and Training

 

ü  11/2016 – till present date : Working as a faculty in the Department of Neurosurgery, AIIMS, New Delhi, India.

ü  08/2016 – 10/2016 : Research associate at Neurosurgery Skills Training Facility, Department of Neurosurgery, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, India.

ü  08/2015 – 06/2016 : Skull Base Neurosurgery Fellowship at University of Utah Medical Center, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA.

ü  07/2009 – 06/2015 : Neurosurgery residency (6 year M.Ch course, passed in Ist attempt) at All India Institute of Medial Sciences, New Delhi, India.

ü  01/2009 – 06/2009 : Worked as non-academic junior resident in departments of “Employee Health Services” and “Anatomy” at All India Institute of Medial Sciences, New Delhi, India.

ü  08/2003 – 12/2008: MBBS (Graduation, passed all professional examinations in Ist attempt, Institute awards grade as pass or fail) at All India Institute of Medial Sciences, New Delhi, India.

 

Awards and Achievements

 

ü  September 2015: Received WFNS Young Neurosurgeon Award  at 15th WFNS Interim meeting for best research entitled “Serum biomarkers as predictor of long term outcome in severe traumatic brain injury: Analysis from a randomised placebo controlled phase II clinical trial”.

ü  July 2015: Received WFNS educational grant  for attending 15th WFNS Interim meeting held at Rome, Italy and presenting original research entitled “Serum biomarkers as predictor of long term outcome in severe traumatic brain injury: Analysis from a randomised placebo controlled phase II clinical trial”.

ü  December 2014: Hindustan Ciba Geigy Epilepsy Award for best paper at NSI-CON 2014 for presenting original work in “Impact of Intra-operative MRI on outcomes in epilepsy surgery”

ü  November 2014: Awarded first prize for “microsuturing and microneural anastamosis” in 15th Neurosurgery skills training workshop held at AIIMS, New Delhi from 21/11/2014 to 23/11/2014.

ü  September 2006: Participated and won Quiz Conducted by “The Indian Society for Bone and Mineral Research” held under the Aegis of International Osteoporosis Foundation{IOF}, Indian Society for Bone and Mineral Research {ISBMR}, and Supported by IOF-Amgen Health Professional Awareness Grant-2005; on 24th Sept.2006.

ü  April 2004: Received a prestigious scholarship under the Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana {KVPY}scheme for medicine stream, conducted nationwide by Indian Institute of Science{IISc},Bangalore under the aegis of Department of Science and Technology, Government of India.

ü  February2004:  Won 1st Prize in Quiz competition conducted by Deptt. of Physiology at All India Institute of Medical Sciences.

 

Professional Memberships –

 

ü  Neurological Surgeons Society of India (NSSI)

ü  Neurological Society of India (NSI)

ü  Skull Base Surgery Society of India (SBSSI)

ü  Indian Society of Peripheral Nerve Surgery (ISPNS)

ü  Neurotrauma Society of India (NTSI)

ü  American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS)

 

Clinics and inpatient services:

 

ü  Neurosurgery Unit II : Total 48 inpatients + Private ward

ü  OPD days : Tuesday & Friday, 9.00-13.00 hrs, Room number 12, Ground Floor, CNC OPD (For OPD appointment, contact 011-26593291)

ü  Inpatient : NSICU-B, NSICU-C 1st floor, CN Center; NS-2 ward – 2nd floor, CN Center

ü  Operation theatre : NS-OT, 1st floor, CN Center

 

Research and Publications

 

ü  Randomised trial for superiority of high field strength intra-operative magnetic resonance imaging guided resection in pituitary surgery. Tandon V, Raheja A, Suri A, Chandra PS, Kale SS, Kumar R, Garg A, Kalaivani M, Pandey RM, Sharma BS. Accepted for publication in Journal of Clinical Neuroscience.

ü  Use of frameless stereotactic neuronavigation and O-arm for transoral transpalatal odontoidectomy to treat a very high basilar invagination: a technical note. Moorthy S, Raheja A, Agrawal D. Accepted for publication in Journal of Neurosciences in Rural Practice.

ü  Management of Cavernous Sinus Involvement in Sinonasal and Ventral Skull Base Malignancies. Raheja A, Couldwell WT. Accepted for publication in Otorhinolaryngology Clinics of North America.

ü  Malignant temporal muscle myofibroblastoma with early recurrence in a child. Singh SK, Raheja A, Pulkit S, Suri V, Singh PK. Accepted for publication in Neurology India.

ü  Successful microsurgical management of high risk foramen magnum dural arteriovenous fistula with cortical venous reflux using far-lateral approach: 3D operative video. Raheja A, Taussky P, Couldwell WT. Accepted for publication in Operative Neurosurgery.

ü  Midline telovelar and retrosigmoid suboccipital approaches for fenestration of multiple dilated virchow-robin spaces in the brainstem: 3D opeative video. Raheja A, Bowers CA, Couldwell WT. Accepted for publication in Operative Neurosurgery.

ü  Sellar wegener granulomatosis masquerading as cabergoline resistant prolactinoma. Raheja A, * Eli IM, * Corn HJ, Simmons DL, Palmer CA, Couldwell WT. Accepted for publication in World Neurosurgery.

ü  Dramatic radiographic response resulting in cerebrospinal fluid rhinorrhea associated with sunitinib therapy in recurrent atypical meningioma. Raheja A, Colman H, Palmer CA, Couldwell WT. Accepted for publication in Journal of Neurosurgery.

ü  Microsurgical resection of skull base meningioma – expanding the operative corridor. Raheja A, Couldwell WT. Accepted for publication in Journal of Neurooncology.

ü  Subclavian-to-extracranial vertebral artery bypass in a patient with vertebrobasilar insufficiency: 3D operative video. Raheja A, Taussky P, Kumpati GS, Couldwell WT. Accepted for publication in Operative Neurosurgery.

ü  Three-dimensional versus two-dimensional neuroendoscopy: A preclinical laboratory study. Raheja A, Kalra R, Couldwell WT. World Neurosurg 2016; 92:378-85.

ü  Surgical implications of frontoethmoidal pneumosinus dilatans–associated proptosis caused by meningioma. Raheja A,*Abou Al-Shaar H,* Patel BC, Couldwell WT. Acta Neurochir 2016; 158 (8): 1597-1600. 

ü  Sphenoid wing en plaque meningioma development following craniopharyngioma surgery and radiotherapy: Radiation-induced after three decades. Raheja A, Satyarthee GD. Accepted for publication in Asian Journal of Neurosurgery.

ü  Middle fossa approach for vestibular schwannoma: Good hearing and facial nerve outcomes with low morbidity. Raheja A, Bowers CA, MacDonald JD, Shelton C, Gurgel RK, Brimley C, Couldwell WT. World Neurosurg 2016 ; 92 : 37-46. 

ü  Primary Pituitary Diffuse Large B-Cell Lymphoma with Acromegaly: Case Report and Literature Review. Ravindra VM, Raheja A, Corn H, Driscoll M, Welt C, Simmons DL, Couldwell WT. Accepted for publication in Journal of Neurosurgery.

ü  Epstein-Barr virus–associated smooth muscle tumor of cavernous sinus: A delayed complication of allogenic peripheral blood stem cell transplantation. Raheja, A, Sowder A, Palmer C, Rodriguez FJ, Couldwell WT. J Neurosurg 2016; 24:1-5 (Epub ahead of print).

ü  Hypothalamic-Optochiasmatic pilocytic astrocytoma associated with occipital and sacral spinal cavernomas. A mere coincidence or a true association ? Abou Al-Shaar H, Raheja A, Palmer CA, Schmidt MH, Couldwell WT. World Neurosurg 2016 ; 90 :707.e17-707.e21.

ü  Scalp arteriovenous malformation with concomitant, flow-dependent malformation and aneurysm. Karsy M, Raheja A, Guan J, Osborn AG, Couldwell WT. World Neurosurg 2016 ; 90 :708.e5-708.e9.

ü  Spontaneous acute subdural hemorrhage with rupture of intracranial aneurysm : A series of two cases and review of literature. Raheja A, Bansal S, Borkar SA, Suri A, Mahapatra AK. Ind J Neurosurg 2016 ; 5 : 16-21.

ü  Primary intracranial epidermoid carcinoma with leptomeningeal carcinomatosis : Report of two cases. Raheja A, Eli IM, Bowers CA, Palmer CA, Couldwell WT. World Neurosurg 2016; 88: 692.e9-692.e16.

ü  Unruptured internal carotid artery aneurysm associated with functional pituitary adenoma : A mere coincidence or true associaton. Satyarthee GD, Raheja A, Sharma BS. Accepted for publication in Asian Journal of Neurosurgery.

ü  Blood mitochondrial enzymatic assay as predictor of long-term outcome in severe traumatic brain injury. SinhaS, Raheja A, SamsonN, Bhoi S, SelviA, SharmaP, SharmaBS. J Clin Neurosci 2016 ; 30 : 31-8.

ü  Diffuse leptomeningeal spread of supratentorial recurrent pilocytic astrocytoma in a child. Raheja A, Singh PK, Nambirajan A, Sharma MC, Sharma BS. J Pediatr Neurosci 2015;10:408-11.

ü  A Randomized Placebo controlled trial of Progesterone with or without hypothermia in patients with acute severe traumatic brain injury. SinhaS, Raheja A, SamsonN, Goyal K, Bhoi S, SelviA, SharmaP, SharmaBS. Accepted for publication in Neurology India.

ü  Serum biomarkers as predictor of long term outcome in severe traumatic brain injury: Analysis from a randomised placebo controlled phase II clinical trial. Raheja A, SinhaS, SamsonN, Bhoi S, SelviA, SharmaP, SharmaBS. J Neurosurg 2016;1:1-11 (Epub ahead of print).

ü  Chronic subdural hematoma development in accelerated phase of chronic myeloid leukaemia presenting with seizure and rapid progression course with fatal outcome. Raheja A, Satyarthee GD, Mahapatra AK. Romanian Neurosurg 2015; 29 (2):199-202.

ü  Spontaneous chronic subdural hematoma development in chronic myeloid leukaemia cases at remission phase under maintenance therapy, managament strategy – a series with literature review. Raheja A, Satyarthee GD. Romanian Neurosurg 2016; 30 (3) Epub ahead of print.

ü  Multimodality management of a giant skull base hemangioendothelioma of the sphenopetroclival region. Raheja A, Suri A, Singh S, Kumar R, Kumar R, Nambirajan A, Sharma MC. J Clin Neurosci 2015 Aug;22(8):1326-31.

ü  Initial experience of using high field strength intraoperative MRI for neurosurgical procedures. Raheja A, Tandon V, Suri A, Chandra PS, Kale SS, Garg A, Pandey RM, Kalaivani M, Mahapatra AK, Sharma BS. J Clin Neurosci 2015 Aug;22(8):1326-31.

ü  Decompressive craniectomy in traumatic brain injury- A single centre multivariate analysis of 1236 patients at a tertiary care hospital in India. Sinha S, Raheja A, Garg M, Moorthy S, Agrawal D, Gupta DK, Satyarthee GD, Singh PK, Borkar SA, Gurjar H, Tandon V, Pandey RM, Sharma BS. Neurol India 2015 Mar-Apr;63(2):175-83.

ü  Metachronous spinal metastases from supratentorial anaplastic astrocytoma. Raheja A, Borkar SA, Kumar R, Suri V, Sharma BS. Asian J Neurosurg 2015 Jan-Mar;10(1):60.

ü  Primary spinal extra-osseous intradural extramedullary cervical chondroma in an adult.

Raheja A, Borkar SA, Nalwa A, Suri V. Neurol India 2015 Jan-Feb;63(1):114-6.

ü  A case of giant intracranial tuberculoma in an infant: clinical and Radiologic Pitfalls. Raheja A, Sinha S, Sable MN, Sharma MC, Sharma BS. J Child Neurol 2015 Mar;30(3):364-7.

ü  Non-terminal cervical myelocystocele: Unusual cause of spastic quadriparesis in an adult. Raheja A, Gupta DK, Nalwa A, Suri V, Sharma BS. Neurol India 2014 Nov-Dec;62(6):704-8. 

ü  Giant extra-axial en-plaque tuberculoma with gyriform enhancement: Unusual presentation of a common disease. Raheja A, Kedia S, Sinha S, Nambirajan A, Sharma MC. Neurol India 2014 Nov-Dec;62(6):697-9. 

ü  Hearing improvement following gamma knife radiosurgery for an intra-canalicular vestibular schwannoma. Raheja A, Sharma MS, Singh M, Aggarwal D, Kale SS, Sharma BS. Neurol India 2013 Nov-Dec;61(6):683-6. 

ü  Single, small, spontaneous, accessory, closed type, frontal sinus pericranii in a child: favorable outcome with surgical excision. Raheja A, Satyarthee GD, Sharma BS. Neurol India 2013 Nov-Dec;61(6):680-3. 

ü  Dose-dependent facilitation of peripheral nerve regeneration by bone marrow-derived mononuclear cells: a randomized controlled study: laboratory investigation. Raheja A, Suri V, Suri A, Sarkar C, Srivastava A, Mohanty S, Jain KG, Sharma MC, Mallick HN, Yadav PK, Kalaivani M, Pandey RM. J Neurosurg 2012 Dec;117(6):1170-81.

ü  High prevalence of silent brain infarction in patients presenting with mechanical heart valve thrombosis. Barwad P, Raheja A, Venkat R, Kothari SS, Bahl V, Karthikeyan G. Am J Cardiovasc Drugs2012 Oct 1;12(5):345-8. 

ü  Review of common techniques in toxicological analysis. Amol Raheja, R.K. Sharma. Medico-Legal Update Vol. 7, No. 2 (2007-04 - 2007-06).

 

List of Chapters written

 

ü  Endocrine active pituitary tumor. Raheja A, Couldwell WT. In: Lonser RR, J. Elder B, editors. Cases in Surgical Neuro-Oncology. Oxford university publishers (In Press).

ü  Pituitray tumor surgery. Awad AW, Raheja A, Couldwell WT. In: Nakaji P, Zaidi H, editors. Controversies in Neuroendoscopy. Thieme publishers (In Press).

ü  Raheja A, Couldwell WT. Cavernous sinus meningiomas. In: Mike Parkinson ed. Handbook of Neurology – Meningiomas. Elsevier publishers (In Press).

ü  Raheja A, Couldwell WT. Decision Making in Skull Base Vascular Tumors. In: Rangel-Castilla L, Nakaji P, Siddiqui AH, Spetzler RF, Levy EL, editors. Decision Making in Cerebrovascular Diseases. Taylor and Francis publishers (In press).

ü  Raheja A, Singh M. Management of incidental meningioma. In: Nair M, Singh VP, editors. Progress in Clinical Neurosciences. 30th ed. Thieme publishers (In press).

ü  Suri A, Damodaran N, Raheja A. A patient with facial pain. In: Deopujari C, Muthukumar N, Behari S, Rajshekhar V, editors. Practical Neurosurgery: An Algorithm of Clinical Scenarios. Ist ed. Thieme publishers (In press).

ü  Singh M, Raheja A. A patient with suspended and dissociative sensory loss. In: Deopujari C, Muthukumar N, Behari S, Rajshekhar V, editors. Practical Neurosurgery: An Algorithm of Clinical Scenarios. Ist ed. Thieme publishers (In press).

 

Published abstracts –

 

ü Serum biomarkers as predictor of long term outcome in severe traumatic brain injury. Raheja A, SinhaS, SamsonN, Bhoi S, SelviA, SharmaP, SharmaBS. J Neurosurg 2016; 124 (4), A1186-A1187.

ü  A Randomized Placebo controlled trial of Progesterone with or without hypothermia in patients with acute severe traumatic brain injury. SinhaS, Raheja A, SamsonN, Goyal K, Bhoi S, SelviA, SharmaP, SharmaBS. Brain injury 2016; 30 (5-6), 687-687. 

Dr Deepak Agrawal

AWARDS

BEST POSTER AWARD BY NEUROTRAUMA SOCIETY OF INDIA

CERTIFICATION FOR TRAINING IN ETHICS BY JOHN HOPKINS

CERTIFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT BY ASIAN CONGRESS OF NEUROLOGICAL SURGEONS

ATLS 
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BEST PRESENTATION AWARD BY ASSOCIATION OF SURGEONS OF INDIA

       

Dr Deepak Agrawal won the coveted 'Dynamic CIO of health care of the year -2016' by jury in the 5th Annual Healthcare Summit held from 13-14 May 2016 in Delhi. 

       

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